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So an article that was recently posted by Forbes claims the new E-Pace may have difficulty nailing down buyers in the U.S. They think the pricing is a little too similar to that of the F-Pace and if someone has to choose between them, they are likely to go with the bigger model. Dave Sullivan, analyst at AutoPacific, said
Do you agree?The F-Pace is only $3,000 more. The F-pace has great looks on the street and a price that is very competitive. The E-Pace is priced like the new (Infiniti) QX50 but lacks its interior space. It's punching in the above price category.